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UT Tyler College of Business & Technology Undergraduate Advising

Undergraduate Advising

Undergraduate Minors

Business Administration | Management | Entrepreneurship | Finance |Marketing
Human Resource Development | Industrial Technology | Manufacturing Management

RESTRICTIONS

A minor in business administration is available to students who are not pursuing a BBA (pre-business, ACCT, FINA, MANA or MARK).

Students who are on the 2010-2012 catalog and are seeking a BBA degree may not pursue a minor in management, entrepreneurship or marketing.

Under the 2012-2014 catalog, completion of either the BS degree in human resource development or the BS in industrial technology results in a minor in business administration. The business administration courses are embedded in the BS in HRD and BS in industrial technology degree plans.

Minor in Business Administration

2010-2012 Degree Plan

2012-2014 Degree Plan

A minor in business administration is available to students who are not pursuing a BBA. The student must complete 12-15 specified lower-division semester hours and 18 upper-division semester hours from the College of Business and Technology as outlined below and must meet any prerequisites listed:

ACCT 3300 or ACCT 2301 and 2302 3 to 6 hours
ECON 1301 or ECON 2301 or ECON 2302 3 hours
TECH 2323: Introduction to Computer Applications 3 hours
MATH 1342: Statistics (or equivalent) 3 hours
FINA 3315: Personal Finance 3 hours
MANA 3305: Operations Management
   or MANA 3330: Management Information Systems
   or TECH 3355: Supply Chain Management*
3 hours
MANA 3311: Managing People in Organizations
or HRD 3333: Human Relations
3 hours*
MARK 3311: Principles of Marketing 3 hours
Upper-division CBT Courses 6 hours

*TECH 3355 does not apply to the business administration minor for students pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology.

Minor in Management

2010-2012 Degree Plan

2012-2014 Degree Plan

A minor in management is not available to students who are pursuing a major in management. The student must complete up to 12 semester hours of prerequisite coursework and 18 upper-division semester hours from the Department of Management and Marketing as outlined below and must meet any prerequisites listed:

ECON 1301, 2301, or 2302 3 hours
ACCT 3300 or ACCT 2301 and 2302 3 to 6 hours
MATH 1342: Statistics (or equivalent) 3 hours
TECH 2323: Introduction to Computer Applications (or equivalent) 3 hours
FINA 3315: Personal Finance 3 hours
MANA 3311: Managing People in Organizations
or HRD 3333: Human Relations
3 hours
MANA 4315: Managerial Decision Making 3 hours
MANA 3320: Human Resources Management 3 hours
MANA 4310: International Management 3 hours
Upper Division MANA Elective 3 hours

Minor in Entrepreneurship

2010-2012 Degree Plan

2012-2014 Degree Plan

2012-2014 Degree Plan: for Finance majors

2012-2014 Degree Plan: for Management majors

2012-2014 Degree Plan: for Marketing majors

The student must complete up to nine semester hours of prerequisite coursework and 18 upper-division semester hours from the Department of Management and Marketing as outlined below and must meet any prerequisites listed:

ECON 1301 or 2301 or 2302 3 hours
ACCT 3300 or ACCT 2301 and 2302; 3 to 6 hours
FINA 3315: Personal Finance 3 hours
9 hours from: MANA 3311 or MANA 4345, MANA 3325, MANA 4320* 9 hours
6 hours from: MARK 3311, and MARK 3325 or MARK 3350 6 hours

*Students pursuing a BBA may only apply 3 hours of the Minor in Entrepreneurship towards their Business Core or Major requirements. Remaining 15 hours will be specified by the Department of Management and Marketing.

Minor in Finance

2012-2014 Degree Plan

The student must complete nine hours of of prerequisite coursework and 15 upper-division semester hours from the Department of Finance as outlined and must meet any prerequisites listed.

ACCT 2301 3 hours
MATH 1342 Statistics (or equivalent) 3 hours
ECON 1301 or 2301 or 2302 3 hours
FINA 3311: Principles of Finance 3 hours
FINA 3315: Personal Finance 3 hours
FINA 3330: Investments 3 hours
FINA 4310: Mgmt of Financial Institutions 3 hours
3 hours from the following:  
FINA 4330, 4340, 4345, 4350, 4365, 4370, 4380, 4390, 4395 or 4199-4699. (See Catalog for Prerequisites) 3 hours

Minor in Marketing

2010-2012 Degree Plan

2012-2014 Degree Plan

A minor in marketing is not available to students who are pursuing a BBA in marketing. The student must complete up to 12 semester hours of prerequisite coursework and 18 upper-division semester hours from the Department of Management and Marketing courses as outlined below and must meet any prerequisites listed:

ECON 1301 or 2301 or 2302 3 hours
MATH 1342 (or equivalent) 3 hours
ACCT 3300 or ACCT 2301 and 2302 3 to 6 hours
FINA 3315: Personal Finance 3 hours
MARK 3311: Principles of Marketing 3 hours
MARK 3325: Retailing in the 21st Century 3 hours
MARK 3350: Consumer Behavior 3 hours
MARK 4380: Marketing Research 3 hours
Upper-Division MARK Elective 3 hours

 

Minor in Human Resource Development

2010-2012 Degree Plan

2012-2014 Degree Plan

The student must complete 18 upper-division semester hours as follows:

HRD 3301: Introduction to Human Resource Development 3 hours
HRD 3312: Training and Development 3 hours
HRD 3333: Human Relations
or MANA 3311: Managing People in Organizations
3 hours
TECH 4320: Job Analysis and Design 3 hours
Two courses (6 hours) from the following:  
HRD 3342: Career Development 3 hours

MANA 4325: Compensation Administration

3 hours

MANA 4335: Labor Relations 3 hours
TECH 4301: Supervision 3 hours

Minor in Industrial Technology

2010-2012 Degree Plan

2012-2014 Degree Plan

The student must complete the following courses to earn a Minor in Industrial Technology:

MANA 3305: Operations Management 3 hours
TECH 3311: Manufacturing Processes 3 hours
TECH 3333: Polymer Processes 3 hours
TECH 4317: Computer Integrated Manufacturing 3 hours
TECH 4323: Lean Production 3 hours
TECH 4343: Advanced Manufacturing Processes 3 hours

Minor in Manufacturing Management

2012-2014 Degree Plan

A minor in Manufacturing Management is not available to students pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology.  The student must complete the following 21 upper-division hours:

HRD 3333: Human Relations
or MANA 3311: Managing People in Organizations
3 hours
MANA 3305: Operations Management 3 hours
TECH 3310: Total Quality Management 3 hours
TECH 3311: Manufacturing Processes 3 hours
TECH 3355: Supply Chain Management 3 hours
TECH 4323: Lean Production 3 hours
TECH 4343: Advanced Manufacturing Processes 3 hours

BBA students may declare a CBT minor without adding hours to the degree plan. For example:

CBT Finance Major graphic

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